Topic: Artificial Intelligence
It's lodging's age-old question: What will the hotel of the future look like? At the Americas Lodging Investment Summit, a session focused on just that.
Ivy is now live in more than 6,000 rooms within Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts, offering a widespread guest text messaging program with built-in artificial intelligence.
Michael Blake, CEO of Hospitality Technology Next Generation, shares what 2017 technology trends are still in the mix and what will dominate in 2018.
Website visitors can use the chatbot in Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese or Korean to receive 24/7 assistance.
The company offers a suite of artificial intelligence tools to augment and optimize hotel and resort performance.
A new hotel room prototype from Marriott would let guests control everything from the temperature of the shower to the color of the light with the sound of their voice.
Allora focuses on driving direct booking and guest loyalty by orchestrating better online interactions between hotels and guests.
The partnership gives Dhisco’s 130-plus online travel agencies access to rate and availability information from more than 400,000 of Zumata’s hotel and vacation rental properties.
At Thayer Ventures' annual meeting, I got a glimpse into the future. Here's what I learned.
CES, the world's largest consumer electronics show, was in Las Vegas this week. The hotel industry could learn a thing or two from what went down. Here's how.